Controlled Substances Amendment (641)

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It is the duty of government to constantly reevaluate what is restricted by law. The pros and cons of such laws that may hinder any persons from a life of wellness; where as such laws may cause more harm to individuals than government interference. This Amendment moves to legalize both Lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) and Psilocybin for the benefit of society with given research. Our government should no longer take legal action and ruin the lives of citizens over some of the safest substances that are otherwise sold in the black market.

Amendment of Provisions Under Title 1 - Law and Order

The Controlled Substances Act (Inter);

Article 2 - Schedule A Narcotics;

2.1 - Drugs to be listed as Schedule A;
2.1.5 - Lysergic acid diethylamine (LSD)
2.1.6 - Psilocybin (Magic Mushrooms)

Amendment of this provision would move to strike the following entirely from Article 2 - Schedule a Narcotics:

2.1.5 - Lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD)
2.1.6 - Psilocybin (Magic Mushrooms)

Section 1 - Reclassification of Drugs to Schedule B Narcotics

1.1 - Drugs to be listed as Schedule B Narcotics:
1.1.1 - Lysergic Acid Diethylamide
1.1.2 - Psilocybin
1.2 - Schedule B to be defined as controlled substances under vise of pharmaceutical practice.
1.3 - Drugs defined in Schedule B may be prescribed by health care professionals.

Section 2 - Research and Development for Psilocybin and Lysergic Acid Diethylamide

2.1 - Utilizing already world wide procured testimony for drugs listed in 1.1.
2.2 - Procured research agrees that both drugs listed in 1.1 have medical use.
2.3 - Medical use known includes anxiety, depression, chronic pain, post-traumatic stress disorder, deviant behavior, and improved mood.
2.4 - Drugs listed in 1.1 have the least amount of overdose reports.
2.5 - Available research will produce separately from this bill.

Section 3 - Criminal Offenses

3.1 - Immediately make possession an infraction with a fine no more than 200 without a prescription.
3.2 - Pardon all serving inmates for possession of drugs listed in 1.1.
3.3 - Allow all prior convicts of possession of drugs listed in 1.1 to remove said conviction off their criminal records.

Written and proposed by JChitty, MGA, Independent

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